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You don't have a male or female brain – the more brains scientists study, the weaker the evidence for sex differences

By Lise Eliot, Professor of Neuroscience, Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science
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Rather than distinctly male or female, the human brain is much more like the heart, kidneys and lungs – basically the same no matter the sex of the body it's in.

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